Bettye Swann
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I'm Lonely For You
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Don't You Ever Get Tired (Of Hurting Me)
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Sweet Dreams
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Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
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Angel Of The Morning

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Bettye Swann

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Best known for her 1967 R&B chart-topper "Make Me Yours," Southern soul chanteuse Bettye Swann was born Betty Jean Champion in Shreveport, Louisiana on October 24, 1944. She first surfaced during the early 1960s as a member of the Fawns before mounting a solo career in 1964 with the Carolyn Franklin-penned "Don't Wait Too Long," the first of a series of Arthur Wright-produced singles for the independent Los Angeles label Money. "The Man That Said No" and "The Heartache Is Gone" ... Read more

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